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>> top stories we are following for you on this monday june 17th. the supreme court ruling on same sex marriage expected to finally come down. whether for or against. we break down the legal scenarios. plus, president obama and the first family arriving in belfast, ireland this morning. the trip is in part for the g-eight summit which will take place over the next two days. >> and we are watching the weather this morning as we take a live look outside at the approach to the bay i'm james fletcher. >> and i'm anny hong. thanks for joining us. >> all i hope you had a
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great father's day. >> and it was a fantastic weekend. erica? >> good morning to both of you and it is shaking are round. pretty windy, and tabs on the mild side but extensive cloud coverage. low clouds along the bayshore. here is a look at the numbers, 55 degrees in pleasanton, and as we follow these numbers for this afternoon, 60s, 70's, low 80s. and places like fairfield, antioch 76 degrees in pleasanton. temperatures are going to be cooler today we will continue as we go towards tomorrow but take a look for this week. we will start to turn the corner and in fact by saturday, sunday perfect
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with upper 80s inland. >> traffic builds good. we did have some overnight construction began and traffic right now-is looking decent the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza and from the san mateo bridge, only 12-13 minutes. and across the bridge spanned and it live look at the golden gate. no problems, getting out of the north bay. >> all eyes will be on the u-s- supreme court today. it's possible the justices will issue their decision on proposition 8 the california voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage. visitors to san francisco's castro district say they're paying close attention. >> it is the decision on everybody's mind we were speaking at at linked at
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brunch today. >> i was in the courtroom for some of these and there does not seem to be any argument. supporting proposition 8. >> gosh it could be going each port anyway. >> it seems promising from where i understand but you never know if they're going to take a limited basis for a broader basis that is what we do not know. >> cautiously optimistic. will not get everything that we want or deserve but i think that we will get something. >> it should be equal rights for everybody. >> " i do " seems to be a religious term a high am more worried about the religious term or religious-rightsthe supreme court typically associated. >> issues its rulings on mondays and thursdays. some are hoping though that the court makes the
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announcement during pride weekend at the end of the month. there are plans to shut down castro street when a decision is reached. kron four's philippe djegal tells us the various ways the court could rule. >> weather the supreme court holds proposition 8 or knocks it down a city attorney says let both of the sides of the case to file for a rehearing. but that is rare. he sees these possible scenario is playing out the plant plaintiffs will win on all state deemed invalid
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keep it tuned here to kron four for the latest developments with the supreme court's decision on proposition eight. you can also watch our 24-seven bay area news channel on comcast 193. we will also be updating our facebook and twitter feeds as well as kron4.com. >> police are searching for a suspect in an attempted child kidnapping in pacifica. police say that a man approached a 10-year-old girl in the area of beach boulevard and santa rosa avenue. the suspect told the victim to come with him. when the girl refused, the man attempted to physically force her, but she punched him and was able to run away. police searched the area but did not locate the suspect,who was last seen running toward palmetto avenue. the suspect is described as a white male, 30-to-40 years old. wearing blue jeans, a red checkered shirt and black shoes. fortunately, the girl was not injured.
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>> a 53-year-old man is shot and killed by police in fremont sunday morning. it happened just before seven a-m a woman called police asking for help with her mentally ill son. when they arrived police say the suspect, was armed with a knife, was flipping over furniture and was throwing objects out a window. investigators say as the two officers entered the home, they were confronted by the suspect and they had no choice but to open fire, shooting and killing him. both officers have been placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. we will take a quick break. here is a quick look outside. the drive looks decent.
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>> it was a memorable fathers day for some inmates at san quentin. they were able to spend time with their children. kron 4's alecia reid was there for the visit and shares how a charity made it all possible. its an organization that reconnects children with their incarcerated parents. and for many of the people we met at san quentin, it was years ago since they last saw their families. >> i didn't teach him how to shave or drive or anything. everything he needs to know to be a man i wasn't there to show him or give hand-me-downs and i'm ashamed of that. >> reporter: markee carter may never again see outside the prison walls of san quentinserving 3 life sentences, he's been out of
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his childrens' lives for years. like him, many of these men say seeing their children for father's day was an extra special treat --- all thanks to the organization 'get on the bus'. >> i'm not really an emotional person, but when i seen her i wanted to cry. it was like the day she was born >> when i see them i'm overjoyed. it's a feeling i can't explain.it's just love. it helps in so many areas of my life. >> reporter: this visit lasts only a few hours, but for the inmates and their families the memories last a lifetime >> it allows us from day to day to reflect on these positive moments >> when you go a long time with no visit and then they come like this it takes a lot of stress off youwhen i go back to the building with all these pictures and show my friends it's touching >> reporter: children also get to hold on to photos when they go homequality time doesn't only help the incarceratedit's a trickling
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effect. >> my father, his brother is a lifer too - so i've done this before. it gives me butterflies in my i just held on to him a little longer until it went away >> it feels good to come see him and tell him how good i'm doing in school >> when he's happy i'm happy >> reporter: and of course many of these fathers were just elated to see their children. now that was just a handful of children visiting their dads in prison. records show about 200- thousand children have parents in prison across the state of california. get on the bus currently works with a few prisons in northern and southern california, and is working towards expanding their bases. >> she volunteers on that program and helps transport the children. really, a
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wonderful program. >> fantastic when a great job, alecia reed. a quick look outside. it is cloudy. in fact, in just a few moments, your full forecast.
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thebut metro experienced a haboob - or dust cloud - in the meanwhile in colorado, some evacuees living outside the burn area of a 22-square mile colorado wildfire have been allowed to return home. other residents have only been allowed back briefly and escorted, to retrieve some belongings. springs is now 65-percent contained but it's destroyed nearly 500 homes. the blaze has also claimed the lives of two people who died last week. >> here in the bay area, erica? >> good morning. we are waking up to areas of fog but that is really the only weather factor. mild temperatures although it will be sunday. we will see clouds return to the forecast. the satellite and radar showing some clouds. however, a decent day for it
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inland valley areas. '60s and '70s expected today. your kron 4 7 day around the bay warmer weather for the weekend, with 70's and 60's for the coast. traffic looking decent. no hot spots. and there is a handful of cars for those going to be san mateo bridge, or the nimitz. the golden gate is only 24 minutes. also, on the east bay freeways. we see speech at over 50 m.p.h.. >> north korea is now saying ""let's talk."" it comes after months of threatening to wage a nuclear war. north korea has done an about-face and says it's willing to talk with the unites states if there are no pre-conditions, such as giving up nuclear assets.
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the u-s says it's willing to have ""credible negotiations"" with the north-- but that those talks *must involved north korea's compliance with the u-n security council resolutions. >> president barack obama has arrived in northern ireland for a summit of eight of the world's most powerful nations. as andrew spencer reports the g-8 summit comes as controversy swirls over electronic surveillance, and as tensions rise over sectarian violence in syria. >> reporter: following this early flight. he makes his way towards northern ireland meeting with the eight most powerful country leaders. the windows of businesses showing bustling and prosperity. this is complementary. this country
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that experienced decades of violence will host meetings and take on the civil war in syria. that has put russia and the united states at odds. the united states has been supporting syria however, why should we should back up these people who are against our beliefs? >> in the 2009, summit in london, the british monitoring the phones of delegates and even tried to get their passwords. the documents provided by a contractor who recently admitted to leaking controversial details of the
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u.s. serials program. and to respond to, reporting. andrew spencer, reporting. >> it's been two weeks since we've learned about the government's data mining and surveilance program. now the national security agency is defending its data collection. in a document released to congress, the national security agency argues that in recent years, dozens of terror plots in more than 20 countries have been disrupted. and despite having billions of phone records officials searched the database fewer than 300 times last year. the agency has repeatedly said that it only collects metadata -- phone numbers phone call durations and locations of the two parties. no names or addresses. >> big votes are expected this week in the u-s senate on an immigration reform bill. the bill is supported by a bi-partisan group of eight senators. if the measure passes the democratically-controlled senate, it will face an even tougher battle in the g-o- p-dominated u-s house. the house is expected to take-up it's own immigration reform bill this week as
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well >> prosecutors and george zimmerman's defense attorney's are returning for a second week of jury selection in zimmerman's second-degree murder trial. defense attorneys are confident they can pick a jury in the florida county where the neighborhood watch volunteer fatally shot 17-year-old trayvon martin in a gated community last year. zimmerman is pleading not guilty-- claiming self defense. so far attorneys have interviewed 41 people. we'll be following the latest with this case. >> the united states and cuba will restart talks about mail service. and these are aimed at ending a 50 year suspension. separate negotiations on immigration have been on hold since 2009
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over demands that cuba demanded the jailed americans. washington insists that a substructure be released before relations can be improved. cuba however, wants four people released. morning news. supreme court today. prints-- prince harry has been in the hospital. none- life threatening injuries
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your forecast, coming up.
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>> good morning and welcome back we are taking a look at your extended forecast. cooler weather for the restart. for the-start of this week. 4:20 4:00 a.m. apple is receiving requests from the government about federal, state, local authorities including criminal investigations and national security. the company wanted to make it clear how much access the company has. we do not provide any government with any access to our servers
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for its content. >> privacy concerns are now making their way to other high tech devices. like google glasses. as they become more popular, they're raising eyebrows. about exactly what the glasses are capturing. the hands of a first wave of users, there are some questions about what exactly the glasses are capturing. it's seen as the next tech frontier. technology you actually wear -- rather than just carry around. >> "i think we've moved from desktop to mobile to tablet, and now we're just going to be wearing our computers." >> google glass developers like washington's silica labs see a potential for apps in health care and law enforcement. personal fitness -- another category. but in addition to creating buzz -- wearable tech is also creating some privacy concerns. a recent survey by cloud computing operator rackspace found the majority of wearable tech users said it's enhanced their lives in some way. but among those hesitant to adopt it - 51 percent cited privacy as a barrier. >> "google glass and wearable tech have a sort of always on feature. whereas with smartphones if
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you wanted to take a picture or take a video you had to hold the device out in front of your in a somewhat obvious way." >> along with surveillance the electronic privacy information center cites data collection and access to that data - stored in the cloud -- as chief concerns. in addition to certain design features, google has also laid out rules for developers. among them -- no facial recognition. >> "we as developers try to follow those policies, and we follow the golden rule of technology, which is, try not to be creepy" >> like any new technology early adopters see users eventually getting used to it all. >> "once people have developed software for it that'll chat what life was like before we had these things." >> we will take a quick break a lot of school outsid.let us-goal of side--we
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will be back with more news coming up.
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>> let us take a look of the forecast with a new workweek. it is monday! [laughter] >> good morning, we are starting off with some low clouds. however, we are waking up to upper 50s in concord, san jose. oh 80s are starting to trickle and around him. and expect mainly sunny skies and temperatures back into the fifties by 8:00 p.m. tonight. as we take a closer look for this afternoon, it will become cooler compared to the weekend. low 80s in
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antioch. in terms of your 7 day your kron 4 7 day around the bay your warmest inland spots are going to get into the upper 80s. traffic. still looking pretty good. this live look at the approach with a handful making a westbound truck. a back up but of of the lead that the traffic is looking decent. a westbound--track. and also, the golden gate looking decent out of marin county >> thank you. an update on the trial coming up. all eyes will be on the u-s- supreme court today. it's possible the justices will issue their decision on proposition 8. the california voter- approved ban on same-sex marriage. visitors to san francisco's castro district saying they're paying close attention.
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>> it is a decision on everybody's lips i was at brunch and that is all that anybody was talking about. the i was actually in the court room for some of these appeals. there does not seem any argument supporting proposition 8. >> gosh it could go either way but i am optimistic. >> i think it looks promising from what i understand you never know. if they are going to make it on a limited basis or a broader basis. >> cautiously optimistic i think it is going to be narrow or tight. we will not get everything we deserve but will get something out of it. >> it should be equal rights for everybody. >> i do it is a religious term for everybody i am not worried about the rights but just a rights associated with it.
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>> the supreme court typically issues its rulings on mondays and thursdays. some are hoping though, that the court makes the announcement during pride weekend at the end of the month. ther a decision is reached. phillipe djegal. >> if it upholds or knocks it down the san francisco city attorney says that both sides of the case will have an opportunity to file for a rehearing. those horror, can be rare. these possible scenarios could be the outcome. they could be knocked down on merits. they will continue on same-sex marriage and a ban on same- sex marriage are deemed invalid work, the u.s. supreme court will dismiss the case has this final piece and they could also find proposition opponents
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that proposition 8 is unconstitutional. the worst- case scenario is that the justice will reverse the phillipe djegal, kron 4 news >> keep it tuned here to kron four for the latest developments with the supreme court's decision on proposition eight. you can also watch our 24-seven bay area news channel on comcast 193. we will also be updating our facebook and twitter feeds as well as kron4.com. >> police are searching for a suspect in an attempted child kidnapping in pacifica. police say that a man approached a 10-year-old girl in the area of beach boulevard and santa rosa avenue. the suspect told the victim to come with him. when the girl refused, the man attempted to physically force her, but she punched him and was able to run away. police searched the area but did not locate the suspect,who was last seen running toward palmetto avenue. the suspect is described as a white male, 30-to-40 years old. wearing blue jeans, a red checkered shirt and black shoes.
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fortunately, the girl was not injured. police are searching for a a white male, 30-to-40 years >> a 53-year-old man is shot and killed by police in fremont sunday morning. it happened just before seven a-m a woman called police asking for help with her mentally ill son. when they arrived police say the suspect, was armed with a knife, was flipping over furniture and was throwing objects out a window. investigators say as the two officers entered the home, they were confronted by the suspect and they had no choice but to open fire, shooting and killing him. both officers have been placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. shave or drive or
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anything. to court today as he faces charges in the death of four women decades ago. an update on the trial coming up. of naso...coming up on the kron four morning news. will issue their decision onthe supreme court typically developments with the himself. throughout naso's preliminary hearing prosecutors painted naso as a "sexual deviant" who drugged and photographed his unconscious victims, then
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strangled them and dumped their naked bodies in rural areas. all of naso's victims were prostitutes. opening remarks scheduled in naso murder trial will be expanded. hearing starts at 9 a.m. naso, charged with the women in northern under way. opening statements are pitting a seasoned homicide year-old defendant, who has prosecutors painted naso as drugged and photographed his unconscious victims, then strangled them and dumped their naked bodies in rural alleged victims were prostitutes, and all had matching initials: 18-year- old roxene roggasch in 1977; 22-year-old carmen colon in 1978; 38-year-old pamela year-old tracy tafoya in initial" moniker. the wife of former south african president nelson mandela says that love and generosity from across the world have brought comfort and hope during mandela's mandela spent his 10th day in the hospital monday for a recurring lung infection. president jacob zuma said sunday that mandela remains in serious condition but sustained improvements. zuma said mandela is engaging with family during visits. wife, in a written message family's gratitude for messages of support, in singing outside the mandela home. the leader of south africa's mandela spent 27 years in rule. he was freed in 1990 and became south africa's first black president in >> there is a new lung infection concern in the middle east. comparable to
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saars.. they do not know how it is spread. >> there is an accident at foxboro at hillsborough. we will bring you a live report, coming up. also, a quick look at the golden cleat. generally cloudy conditions across the bay at the golden-gate. stick around. (music)
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you can't stand the heat, get off the test track. get the mercedes-benz you've been burning for at the summer event going on now at your authorized mercedes-benz dealer. hurry, before this opportunity cools off. >> watching the stock markets this morning. futures trading shows all three indexes in the negative this morning. investors are wondering if the stock market will rebound this week. here's a look at the markets
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closed on friday. the do15,107. the nasdaq lost nearly 17 points ending the week at 3,428. and the s and p 500 fell six and a half points closing the week at 1,630. we'll be watching the stock market all morning here on the kron four morning news. starting at 6:30 with the opening bell. >> a science-fiction-style project -- which could bring internet access to five billion people across the planet -- is being tested out in new zealand. software giant google is launching balloons into the stratosphere -- equipped with wireless technology that could create a truly global network. max bania was at the project's launch. this is google's vision for the future of the internet - a worldwide network of balloons launched into the stratosphere 20 kilometers up, beaming internet access
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to the entire globe. >> there's a huge problem in the world today, two thirds of the people on the planet don't have internet access. dubbed "project loonrrent 3-g speeds or better to anyone on the ground within a 40 kilometer radius. >> there's still 34 thousand new zealand homes that cannot access the internet and so when you look at project loon and you think about what that's just doing in new zealand, a place where we think we're pretty forward leaning on the internet, imagine what that's gonna do around the world. testing for the pie-in-the- sky technology is happening here, with two dozen balloons launched this week near tekapo. the balloons beam signals to and from ground stations which connect to local internet infrastructure - leeston man charles nimmo the first to test the technology. >> we got google homepage then i checked the weather and then i started watched a video so gives you an idea of how it went. >> each balloon has a solar panel that powers this fan which can be used to pump air into the balloon to increase or decrease its altitude. thousands of balloons will move in constant circulation around the planet - high above airplanes and weather patterns, ensuring there will always be one above your home or business. the network could prove vital during natural disasters. >> when things on the ground get knocked out, communication gets knocked out, the balloons can easily reach the ground and provide communication which is one of the biggest problems that happens after a natural disaster. and while the project is years away from completion it has the potential to bring five billion people online. max bania,reporting. music mogul jay-z has teamed up with samsung to release a new album. jay-z unveiled a three minute commercial during yesterday's n-b-a finals. the deal will give the first one million samsung galaxy phone users to download the new album, for free three days before its official release on july 4th. samsung has been steadily chipping away at apple's share of the market with its galaxy phones. the deal with jay-z is yet another example of how mobile companies are using music to try and lure new customers. watching gas prices this morning as drivers are paying a little less at the pumps. aaa is reporting the national average for regular unleaded gas, has dropped again to 3-61 a gallon. that's a decrease of seven- tenths of a cent in the past week. here in california we are paying an average of 3-98 for a regular gallon of gas.
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here's a look at the rest of the prices around the bay area. in san francisco, 4-07. in oakland and in san jose-- matching the state average of 3.98 for a regular gallon of gas. >> no surprises, light traffic at walnut creek. some areas of coastal clouds and fog with details on your forecast and traffic when we come back. ñáçwçñ
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>> top stories we are following for you on this monday june 17th. president barack obama speaking to ireland's youth this morning. before attending a two-day summer of the group of eight on today's agenda-- the russian president vladimir anticipation is building as expected to issue a landmark decision on the battle for gay rights this month. just how big an impact the on the exact nature of the court's ruling. >> police are looking for this suspect in a kidnapping. anybody with information should come forward. >> and right now, we should get your forecast.
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clear skies inland by 7:00 a.m.. most locations will be in the 50s. for this afternoon, we could see low 80s and it looks like a mixture of 50s and 60s. it is going to be sunny. 60s in oakland and a santa rosa. pretty mild conditions. just below the seasonal average. here is a look at your cloud coverage. as i mentioned, half moon bay and visibility is worse. and also, some of the north bay spots. we could see more for the cloud coverage. as
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far as the your kron 4 7 day around the bay cooler but for the middle of this week we are going to turn the corner. '70s and around the bay and 60s for the coast. traffic? you are still good to go. here is a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza with a decent commute. from the east shore freeway. a live look with the east shore freeway,-1213 minutes. problem-free as you are working your way out of marin county. add to the east shore freeway from hercules to berkeley, and it is under 12 minutes. and also, towards the caldoncatt tunnel. >> a brush fire near crockett caused a major backup on interstate 80. the fire, which started just before four yesterday, initially threatened some homes, but firefighters were able to put out the blaze before any homes were damaged.
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this is video from our helicopter partnership with a-b-c seven news. the fire also closed the right lane of highway 80 and slowed down the commute because of poor visibility from the smoke. the fire's cause has not yet been determined. >> some scary moments in downtown san francisco after a gas leak led to evacuations and street closures. police tell us that a private construction company struck an underground gas that caused the pipe to burst putting hundreds in danger. the accident led to several evacuations in the city's south of market area.
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several of the neighborhoods were evacuated such as a residence with mainly seniro citizens.. >> reporter: father's day. 2013. month.
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project's launch. there were no injuries due it was a special day in the a's win big yesterday but dozens of father's celebrated in style out at the coliseum. for father's day dads had with their kids in the at the coliseum and has the
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story. >> you can see these will be running the bases fathers day. >> it was difficult to tell between the father or the children. >> i am just like a child. >> sacred to some and new ground to others. >> i have never been here>> who's your favorite player? >> coco crisp. >> you are playing with your father? and how old are you?>> do not forget about mama was mama who dished out the $20 per person. >> there were pretty excited that you are able to play catch on the field. best surprise. >> in oakland,j.r. stone the a's cleaned up against the mariners - winning 10-2 and drove in two runs as the al west leaders moved three games ahead of the rangers. apparently the a's six day overtaxed the plumbing clubhouses. problem forced the a's and it's the same locker room meanwhile, the giants "braved" it out in atlanta. unfortunately they lost to padres today. evening. we'll be right back on the kron four morning news. and here's a live look outside.
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>> welcome back. gabe slate >> ladies and gentlemen i am thrilled to show you the play station 4. >> sony took the conference and los angeles for the first look of the play station. now that it has made its public debut we can compare it to the x box 1 it was also shown off. >> there are two types of gamers. each are loyal to one type of game
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they are cheering because the x box is priced higher. it is $500, the play station however, is only going to be $400. here right now, the big difference between the play station and the x box is the used game factor. right now, existing game consoles are allowed. people can buy, sell trade games all the time it is part of their culture. they also give away their games.
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while new technology can prohibit use to games of this new generation counsels. microsoft is going to be taking the damage with used games not being able to be used. however the play station will allow all used games. >> coming up president obama is speaking to the ireland youth. here he is and also he is going to be meeting with vladimir gruden--putin.. (music)
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top stories we are following for you on this monday june 17th. the supreme court ruling on same sex marriage expected to finally come down. whether for or against. we break down the legal scenarios. plus, president obama and the first family arriving in belfast, ireland this morning. the trip is in part for the g-eight summit which will take place over the next two days. and we are watching the weather this morning as we take a live look outside at >> good morning, some areas along the coast but we are going to see plenty of sunshine. temperatures are in the 50s for downtown san francisco. lower 50s in santa rosa and what are we expecting for today? by this afternoon some breezy conditions and mostly sunny with even cooler compared to yesterday.
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>> there is nothing to worry about so far. take place over the next two days. just west of the 205 interchange. there is a fatal accident out of san jose at foxboro. when a vehicle crashed into five cars there were two people and one was transported to the hospital. alcohol bottles were found inside of
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the car. and will tran.. will give us the update. >> police are searching for a suspect in an attempted child kid napping in pacifica. a 10-year -old girl was able to get away after a man tried to physically force her into his car on saturday. how that young girl managed to escape. will. --jacki... >> reporter: we are asking for the public's help. police say that yesterday they received a phone call at a nearby home near santa rosa. a 10 year old reportedly said that a man approached her on the corner of beach boulevard. and told her that she was coming with
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them. she resisted. and the victim/suspect fled-. and he was going towards paul metal. we do have new information that they have released a police sketch. he is described as 30-40 years old. police are searching for a child kidnapping in police say a man approached santa rosa avenue. to come with him. man attempted to physically force her, but she punched away. did not find the suspect, toward palmetto avenue. a white male, 30-to-40 years old. wearing blue jeans, a red checkered shirt and black shoes. they are asking for anybody if they're anybody that sought anything to come forward. >> the pacifica police have not released the information
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but still details that need to be filled in. as soon as we get that information will pass that along. >> all eyes will be on the u-s- supreme court today. it's possible the justices will issue their decision on proposition 8. the california voter- approved ban on same-sex marriage. visitors to san francisco's castro district saying they're paying close attention. >> it is on the topic of everybody's today at brunch. >> i have actually witnessed some of the hearings in side of the court room and there does not seem to be any argument supporting proposition 8. >> gosh. it could go either way but i am optimistic. >> i think it looks promising but you never know weather or not they are
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going to make that decision on a limited basis or a broader basis. >> cautiously optimistic. and we're not going to get everything we want or deserve but i think that will get something out of it. >> it should be equal rights for everybody. >> " i do " is a religious term i'm not worried about that but the risks associated with it. >> the supreme court typically issues its rulings on mondays and thursdays. some are hoping though that the court makes the announcement during pride weekend at the end of the month. there are plans to shut down castro street when a decision is reached. keep it tuned here to kron four for the latest developments with the supreme court's decision on proposition eight. you can also bay our 24-seven we will also be updating our facebook and twitter feeds as well as kron4.com. keep it tuned here to kron four for the latest 193.
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facebook and twitter feeds as well as kron4.com. >> president obama has arrived in northern ireland for a summit of eight of the world's most powerful nations. before the g-8 summit officially begins, mr. obama delivered remarks on the u- s-supported peace process in belfast. >> you set an example for those who seek a peace of their own. because beyond these shores - right now, in scattered corners of the world, there are people living in the grip of conflict. ethnic conflict, religious conflict tribal conflicts. they know something better is out there. they are studying what you're doing, and wondering perhaps if northern ireland can achieve peace we can too. >> after his belfast speech, the president will attend a two-day summit of the group of eight industrial economies-- with the syrian civil war expected to be at the top of the agenda. he's expected to have private discussions with russian president
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vladimir putin. as the russian government has been supporting the syrian regime of president bashar al assad obama's decision to arm >> a pretty foggy day put your forecast coming up.
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>> the murder trial of joseph naso, charged with the decades-old slayings of four women in the state is set to get under way. opening statements are scheduled for today. naso has chosen to represent himself. throughout naso's preliminary hearing, prosecutors painted naso as a "sexual deviant" who drugged and photographed his unconscious victims, then strangled them and dumped their naked bodies in rural areas. all of naso's victims were prostitutes. >> a 53-year-old man is shot and killed by police in fremont sunday morning. it happened just before seven a-m a woman called
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police asking for help with her mentally ill son. when they arrived police say the suspect, was armed with a knife, was flipping over furniture and was throwing objects out a window. investigators say as the two officers entered the home, they were confronted by the suspect and they had no choice but to open fire, shooting and killing him. both officers have been placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. >> we will update you on the extreme weather in colorado, new mexico. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be great if all devices had backup
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>> welcome back 5:14 parts of new mexico experienced some interesting weather over the weekend. let's take a closer look. the area has been hit with storms recently. and those storms calmed down over the weekend. but metro albuquerque experienced a haboob -- or dust cloud -- in the afternoon. meanwhile in colorado, some evacuees living outside the burn area of a 22-square mile colorado wildfire have been allowed to return home. other residents have only been allowed back briefly and escorted, to retrieve some belongings as thousands remain under evacuation orders. the fire near colorado springs is now 65-percent contained but it's destroyed nearly 500 homes. the blaze has also claimed
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the lives of two people who died last week. a u-s official says the p.m. look good morning. q. can see if the camera is-you can see that the camera is showing a blanket of clouds. with low visibility but every place else is looking decent. and as you see plenty of sunshine and temperatures are going to be cooler compared to yesterday. we will see the wind picking up. and we are expecting temperatures to be generally in the 50s. 53 in downtown san francisco. 47 degrees and vallejo. and san jose, the but the peace 50s. with
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plenty of sunshine for this afternoon and let us check out the high for today. temperatures are going to be in the '60s and '70s for the peninsula and maybe low 80s inland in fairfield and of vallejo. and temperatures topping out with nearly 70 degrees along the coast. tuesday foggy could be one of the coolest days. low 90s for our inland locations. 5:17. george? >> no problems. no hot spots were major incidences. wouldn't as we take a look this
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still light through the macarthur maze. and the nimitz. and the san mateo bridge it is also looking good. on the right side towards foster city in the commute towards the golden gate it is problem-free. in north bound, southbound. and updating you on some drive times on interstate-80. hercules towards berkeley. 17 minutes. the south bay freeways also looking decent from northbound and also the guadalupe parkway. through marin county, delay-free towards the golden gate. >> united states and cuba will resume talks on
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restarting direct mail service despite a deadlock between washington and havana over detainees. the official says u-s and cuban representatives will meet in washington for technical talks tomorrow and wednesday. these talks are aimed at ending a 50-year suspension in direct mail. separate negotiations on immigration have been on hold since 2009 over demands that cuba released a jailed american. washington insists subcontractor alan gross be cuba meanwhile, demands that washington release four jailed cuban intelligence >> north korea is now saying ""let's talk."" it comes after months of threatening rhetoric to wage a nuclear war. north korea has done an about-face and says it's willing to talk with the unites states if there are no pre-conditions, such as the u-s says it's willing to have ""credible negotiations"" with the north-- but that those talks compliance with the u- n security council resolutions. >> it's been two weeks since we've learned about the surveilance program. now the national security agency is defending its data collection. in a document released to congress, the national security agency argues that in recent years, dozens of terror plots in more than 20 countries have been disrupted.
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and despite having billions of phone records, officials searched the database fewer than 300 times last year. the agency has repeatedly said that it only collects metadata -- phone numbers phone call durations and locations of the two parties. no names or addresses. >> big votes are expected this week in the u-s senate on an immigration reform bill. the bill is supported by a bi-partisan group of eight senators. if the measure passes the democratically-controlled senate, it will face an even tougher battle in the g-o-p-dominated u-s house. the house is expected to take-up it's own immigration reform bill this week as well >> prosecutors and george zimmerman's defense attorney's are returning for a second week of jury selection in zimmerman's second-degree murder trial. defense attorneys are confident they can pick a jury in the florida county where the neighborhood watch volunteer fatally shot 17-year-old trayvon martin in a gated community last
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year. zimmerman is pleading not guilty-- claiming self defense. so far attorneys have interviewed 41 people. we'll be following the latest with this case. >> the judge in the colorado theater shootings says as many as 35-hundred prospective jurors will be summoned when the case goes to trial. james holmes is scheduled to go on trial in february on more than 160 counts of murder and attempted murder. he's accused of planning and executing an assault on a packed movie theater in a denver suburb last year, killing 12 and injuring 70. he has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity and will undergo a mental evaluation at the state hospital before the trial. prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. >> turkish trade unions are gearing up for strikes in response to a widespread police crackdown against
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activists defying government attempts to end weeks of street protests. the one-day walkout aimed to maintain pressure on prime minister recep tayyip erdogan's government. riot police on saturday emptied istanbul's gezi park of activists behind an 18-day sit-in that began as a demonstration against government plans to rip down trees and redevelop the park. police maintained a lockdown on vehicle traffic on the square on monday. watching the stock markets 5:22 let us take a live look outside. to get a look at those clouds. kind of the medium week and a look to your weekend forecast, coming up.
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>> this morning. futures
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trading shows all three indexes in the negative this morning. investors are wondering if the stock market will rebound this week. here's a look at the markets closed on friday. the dow jones dropped 68 points closing at 15,107. the nasdaq lost nearly 17 points ending the week at 3,428. and the s and p 500 fell six and a half points closing the week at 1,630. we'll be watching the stock market all morning here on the kron four morning news. starting at 6:30 with the opening bell. >> lowe's says it plans to expand its california presence with an acquisition of sears spinoff orchard supply hardware stores for about $205 million in cash. orchard supply filed a voluntary chapter 11 bankruptcy petition on monday, so the offer from lowe's will become the "stalking horse" bid for an auction of orchard's assets. the "stalking horse" bid sets the floor for an auction process that lets competitors make better offers. lowe's cos. inc. says it million. calif., company was spun off from sears holdings corp. in january 2012. >> google is now launching internet-beaming balloons into the stratosphere. the gigantic jellyfish- shaped balloons are sending signals from about 12 miles above earth. about 50 homes in parts of new zealand are already able
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to get online as a result. move in constant circulation around the planet - high patterns ensuring there will always be one above your home or business. the network could prove vital during natural disasters. a science-fiction-style project -- which could bring internet access to five billion people across the planet -- is being tested out in new zealand. launching balloons into the stratosphere -- equipped with wireless technology that could create a truly global network. this is google's vision for the future of the internet - a worldwide network of balloons launched into the stratosphere 20 kilometers up, beaming internet access >> there's a huge problem in the world today, two thirds of the people on the planet don't have internet access. >> dubbed "project loon," the connectivity at current 3-g speeds or better to anyone kilometer radius. >> there's still 34 thousand new zealand homes that cannot access the internet and so when you look at project loon and you think about what that's just doing in new zealand, a place where we think we're pretty forward leaning on the internet, imagine what that's gonna do around the world. >> testing for the pie-in- the-sky technology is happening here, with two dozen balloons launched this week and from ground stations which connect to local internet infrastructure - leeston man charles nimmo the first to test the technology. what goes up must come down.
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>> welcome back the time is fife 28 and 9:00 a.m.. >> we do have breezy conditions this morning. off the temperatures are a little bit cooler. we have the fog in the city. the temperatures are in the '50s this morning. it is 53 right now in downtown san francisco. san to rosa is in the lower 50s. here is what we are expecting today. we will see areas of fault this morning. by this afternoon we are expecting plenty of sunshine and temperatures are on the cooler side. in a land we are talking about bed the upper 60s. the bay
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shoreline we're talking close to 70 degrees. more details on your forecast. we will talk about hot conditions and i will talk about this a little bit later. >> we are still looking at a pretty good ride around the bay. did are starting to load of just a little bit but there are no delays for the westbound direction. the heaviest traffic is still the east bay and this is typical for the early morning hours. >> overnight police issued a sketch of a man wanted for the kidnapping of a child. they say that he approached a 10 year-old girl in the area of beach boulevard near
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the pacifica pier. he told the girl to go with him and when she refused he tried to force her to get into his car. she punched the man was able to get away. the police searched the area but they did not find him. he was last seen running. if you take a look at this picture here is about 40 years old. >> it is possible that the justices will issue a decision on a proposition 8. visitors to as san francisco's castro district had a chance to speak with reporters and that they are paid a good attention to this. >> if it, there seem to be
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no arguments supporting proposition day. >> it can go either way. but, i am not too interested in it. >> it looks a lot promising the way i am looking at it. it may be a limited basis or a broader basis. >> i think it will be narrow and concise. we will i get everything that one or everything that we deserve. >> it is to be equal rights for everyone. >> i am not worried about that but the rights that are associated with it. >> the supreme court typically issues their rulings on mondays and thursdays. some are hoping though that the court makes the announcement during a
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private weekend at the end of the month. there are plans to shut down castro street when a decision has been reached. >> kick to it here to kron 4 for the latest developments with the supreme court's decision on a proposition 8. if you could also what our 24/7 bay area news channel on comcast channel 193. >> president obama has approvarrived in northern ireland for a summit of eight of the world's most powerful nations. off before the g-8 summit officially begins, mr. obama delivered remarks on the u.s. supported peace process in belfast. >>
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after the belfast speech the president will attend a today's summit of a group industrial economies--with the syrians were expected to be at the top of the agenda. it is expected to have private discussions with russian president vladimir putin. >> this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. this slow down the commute on sunday. it cost a lot of traffic especially on father's day. the visibility was bad due to the smoke. this is how fast it got close to homes. >>
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the company wanted to make it clear how much access the company had. apple's stated that they do not provide government agencies with access to our servers. they stated that if a company wants to get records they have to have a court order. >> jay-z is offering a gallo lab for his album that is coming out perry ed three days before it goes official. they are a leader in the mobile phone market and it has been steadily chipping away at apple's
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shares. >> watching gas prices this morning as drivers are paid a little less at the pumps. triple a is reporting that the national average for regular unleaded gas, has dropped a dance of $3.61 a gallon. here and the california area we are paying an average of $3.98. in the rest of the bay area, in sampras's go their pain for dollars and 7¢. in oakland and san jose, their match in the state average of $3.98 for a regular gallon of gas. >> here is said live look outside. you can see we do have high clouds at the san mateo bridge. we are looking at a pretty nice day. we will be right back.
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>> welcome back the time is 5:41 a.m.. the wife of former south african president nelson mandela says that the love and generosity from across the world has brought comfort and hope for during mandela's latest hospitalization. off today will be mandela's today in the hospital for a recurring lung infection. president's sake of zuma said yesterday that mandela remains in serious condition but doctors are saved sustained improvements. >> britain's prince philip has walked out of a london hospital, 10 days after undergoing a exploratory surgery on his abdomen. the princess smiled as he walked steadily from a london clinic this morning. the husband of queen elizabeth the second had an operation back on june 7th. officials have not released the details about his condition. he is expected to take the
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next two months off due to recovery. >> here is a live look outside from our roof cam on van ness ave. we will be right back.
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>> welcome back. the time is 5:45 a.m.. >> you can see the clouds that are approaching the mount tam cam this monday morning. right now it is cloudy conditions out towards the coast. the visibility is down to 2 mi. for half moon bay. the temperatures are on a milder side and this afternoon we will have a cooler air day.the clouds and the fog will be thicker tonight. it will
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be when the answer is bows. here is a look as some of the windy conditions. we have a sea breeze that is a place. right now basically it is heading east and the winds are out of the west. the temperatures are in the '50s. 568 degrees for san jose. >> this morning at 7:00 a.m. you will see minimum for most locations. we will see fall out towards the coast. by noon most of us will be seen sunday conditions. 98. 9:00 p.m. tonight you will see that it will be this way by 7:00 a.m.. keep this in mind as you head out the door. the highs for today we
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are talking low 60's for san francisco redwood city will become in as 74 degrees. in the south the temperatures are a little bit milder a low 80s for campbell and 744 set of a. heading to the east the temperatures will be are around 70 to low 80s for walnut creek. danville will become an 77 and the same for pleasanton. oakland and berkeley are looking at mid 60's and 71 degrees for fremont. >> here is to kron 47 day or around the bay it will be cooler for tomorrow as well. we have extensive fall in the morning and we will warm things up for the rest of the week. the time now is 5:47 a.m.. >> as the morning wears on we see more traffic at the
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bay bridge toll plaza. the cash lanes are starting to back up a bit in the west of direction. it is slow from the shore parking lot. a look at your ride to the san mateo bridge here is a live camera at the toll plaza west warwick. it is see the traffic is pretty light of the right side of your screen. this is the west side commute. the golden gate bridge ride 1 01 southbound the fog seems to be lifting slightly. for we had word of the brushfire near interstate 80 in pinole. it has been reported to be on the side of the freeway. there is no indication of the cost and whether or not it is slowing down traffic. >> we're looking at the 580
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ride coming out of alta mount pass way. south bay freeway is still looking good a little slowing 4101. the north the ride is still a problem free. >> just then rollin rose is the first englishmen to when the u.s. open in 43 years. he finished two shots ahead of phil mickelson and jason day. tiger woods probably wants to forget this one he finished an unlucky 13 over par. this is his worst performance ever in a u.s. open. >> let's recap some of the scores in bay area sports. the giants hope braved cold it out in atlanta.
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unfortunately, the loss to the braves 3 to 0. a tough road trip for the giants taking on three teams with winning records. the giants have won only seven of their last 18 ga the giants come home to san francisco to take on all the hot padres team today. that time is at 7:15 p.m.. >> on to the a's. they cleaned up against the mariners went 10 to 2 over seattle avoiding this week. josh reddick sethm smith and a brandon moss each homered. they drove in two runs as the a.l. west leaders moved three games ahead of the rangers. >> apparently the a's 6 home stand, which drew more than 107 adult fans over tax the plumbing system
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at the coliseum. the pipes and backed up and created quite a skate. so much so that the sewage problem forced the a's and the mariners to shower in the same locker room. the oakland raiders' locker room. the coliseum is maintained in a joint partnership between the city of oakland and alameda county. >> we have clearing skies outside. oakland is coming in at 61 degrees with a daytime high of 69 degrees. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be great if all devices had backup power? the chevrolet volt does. it's ingeniously designed to seamlessly switch from electricity to gas to extend your driving range. no wonder
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>> good morning we start with our camera on van ness ave. we have fog starting out our morning. the temperatures are in the '50s and right now. we are expecting sunny conditions for the afternoon. we will
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be a little bit cooler because of the sea breeze. we are talking about windy conditions in certain spots. >> the temperatures will start out in the '50s and we are talking upper 70's for the inland areas. we will be cooler tomorrow and we will see more extensive fog for tomorrow morning. >> the time is 5:55 a.m.. doctors say that it will be quite some time before solid donor organs like lungs and livers can be grown in a lab, but they are working toward that for the future. scientists say that the process will be that a patient though its sales either from a biopsy or from blood drawn. a massachusetts doctor says that would create an organ that would
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not be rejected. just a few weeks ago an illinois girl got an experimental windpipe that used a template covered is themselves from her own bone marrow. >> it is a record-breaking weekend at the box office. superman source to the top of the weekend box office, shattering a big record along the way " man of steel " ranking in $125 million. that is a new june opening record formally hailed by toy story 3. >> coming up on the kron 4 morning news at 6:00 a.m.. police and pacifica are searching for a man who attempted to kidnap a 10 year- >> [ fe[ male announcer ] thereer's a great wayy to mak me justju about anything de liciocus. si mply alydd
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go morning the timeoff the top stories that we are following this monday, june 70. and while police chase and east bay overnight ending with two patrol cars catching fire. we will have a report coming up. >> police and pacifica are on the lookout for a man who tried to kidnap a young girl. >> the fog is moving there this morning and we are expecting certain areas of fog for the base shoreline. we are expecting plenty of sunshine for the afternoon. the winds will pick up at times and the temperatures will be on the cooler side. the calls will be staying in the lower 60s. we will talk about more fog that is on
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the way. we do have hot conditions coming later in the week. >> more fog is at the golden gate bridge. we can no longer see the south tower. there is a stall that is reported for the golden gate bridge on the curb lane. there is likely some slow traffic from its ban. it is passed the scene aware of a stall was reported. the traffic is still pretty it light. >> your quick commute check shows the heaviest traffic is to the east for interstate 580 and highway

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